Transportation Engineering Services

Progressive Traffic & Transportation offers the following Transportation Engineering Services, but not limited to:

Transportation engineering specifically for highways involves planning, construction, and operation of highway systems, urban streets, roads, and bridges, as well as parking facilities. Important aspects of highway engineering include 1) overall planning of routes, financing, environmental impact evaluation, and value engineering to compare alternatives; 2) traffic engineering, which plans for the volumes of traffic to be handled, the methods to accommodate these flows, the lighting, signalization and signing of highways, and general layout; 3) pavement and roadway engineering, which involves setting of alignments, planning the cuts and fills to construct the roadway, designing the base course and pavement, and selecting the drainage system; and 4) bridge engineering, which involves the design of highway bridges, retaining walls, and other structures.

Living in a mobile society, our clients demand a transportation network that is safe, efficient and dependable. Progressive Consulting Engineers provide a comprehensive range of transportation engineering capabilities on most of the important aspects of highway engineering described above to fulfill these demands for our state and local government clients.

We offer innovative and cost-effective solutions for a wide range of services that include, but not limited to the following:

  • Roadway Rehabilitation and Reconstruction
  • Schematic Design
  • Route Studies
  • Advance Project Development and PS&E
  • Utility Relocation
  • Retaining walls
  • Drainage System
  • Planning and Design of Street, Highways and Freeways
  • Construction Phasing and Traffic Management

In addition, the firm is pre-certified by Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) in the following traffic engineering areas of expertise:

1.4.1 Land Planning/Engineering

3.1.1 Route Studies & Schematic Design – Minor Roadway

3.2.1 Route Studies & Schematic Design – Major Roadway

4.1.1 Minor Roadway Design

7.1.1 Traffic Engineering Studies

7.2.1 Highway – Rail Grade Crossing Studies

7.3.1 Traffic Signal Timing

7.4.1 Traffic Control Systems Analysis, Design and Implementation

7.5.1 Intelligent Transportation System (ITS)

8.1.1 Signing, Pavement Markings and Channelization

8.2.1 Illumination

8.3.1 Signalization

8.4.1 ITS Control System Analysis, Design & Implementation

8.5.1 Highway – Rail Grade Crossing

9.1.1 Bicycle and Pedestrian Facility Development

Progressive Traffic and Transportation